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Discussion in 'Japan' started by Toto Warmlet, Feb 23, 2013.
Ladies and Gentlemen.
The Emporer of Japan.
An unexpected encounter at Kagoshima Airport indeed.
10 years after.
Hard to believe.
Maybe I've captured too many photons in Japan and should let them all free.
And just get on down that road.
Pity about sloth and laziness etc.
This is where they manufacture the Nexus Generation Tetrapods
This is a surf break on Tanegashima.
Sorry, I can't reveal its name, even in English.
This a local gentleman of Japan, walking his dog.
Even though you can't see it.
Sorry, I cant reveal his name, even if I knew it.
Unfortunately, nor that of the unseen dog.
You could call it "Spot", if that makes you feel better.
They seemed to walk a lot. Like twice a Japanese Standard Day.
We were there for 6 Japanese Standard days, observing keenly all the time.
This is a Japanese beach, as we say in English. Please note the water on the left side of the image.
This is the same beach.
Believe it or not.
Hey, the Dark Drones are all around.
Are they always there?
One hopes not, but you could just post a question.
Is this a hostile takeover, kinda Wall Street leveraged buyout or liquidation?
Nah, TW's on sabbatical.
Said he'd be back by the 4th.
(I wouldn't trust him at all, not at all)
Minus 1 week and the usual cracks are starting to appear.
I know all the signs by now.
oh man, those opening and closing sequences = the feels. loved that show as a kid
An Earth Standard Day late.
Damn tetrapods have mutated into holey spheres.
Nothing is sacred?
Legoland Japan carpark.
I was blown away.
A familiar sounding ditty.
The culture shock still gets to me after 20 circulations of Sol.
And we only spend some weeks here every circulation...
The soon to be opened Lego Hotel, Nagoya.
Order is restored.
Sunlit windless morning.
First out the concerned slalom pole placers.
Crazy gaijin laying down Japanese carves on a ridiculously wide board.
Army poaching the powder runs.
The quad mysteriously closed for maintenance.
All within sight of all the madness and all courtesy of all those dead Permian creatures.
It's not likely to make more sense.
If that worries you.
"Driver, take me to, I dunno..somewhere where everything is cool. And oh yeah, very loud."
It's in the way you (re)use it.
Stuff it, off to somewhere where the light is better and people don't ask any questions.
Thanks to Hiroshige and Automobile.
I thought Iain M Banks made that up.
Byron's portable writing desk and a couple of his pistols
Ancient offshore predictor.
On the road from Plato's Academy on through the city walls via the Dipylon Gate.
Watching out for the flute girls.
Several thousand litres of Avgas incinerated away.
A mulberry tree near the Dipylon gate.
Freaking cold here on the North Island with an interesting system coming in.
Not sure why folk keep watching this thread.
Maybe they don't and you are just all robots.
Seems Goofy has always been abnormal.
nice pics, nice trip
Some scenes just stick in your mind.
I'd like to thank the management.
And all the train drivers.
And everybody else for somehow making Japan work.
Somewhere in Japan a while ago.
Sniff the avgas and feel guilty or not.